Past Meetings and Webinars

See our Meetings and Classes Prior to 2016

3D Printing in Electronics Packaging: Hype, Hope, or Happening? -- design tools, materials, 3D-printing processes, micro-assembly systems, deposit, cure, embedded components ...
(on the Internet)
Recent Progress in Memory Technology Reliability -- higher performance, densities, novel materials, cell to packaging level, failure modes, underlying physics ...
TI Conference Center, Santa Clara
Probabilistic Design for Reliability in Electronics and Photonics -- accelerated testing, stressors, vulnerable elements, sensitivity analyses, predictive modeling, robustness, assured levels ...
(on the Internet)
System-Level ESD: A New Focus -- qualification, high-pin-count packages, ESD target levels, co-design, protection challenges, system-efficient ESD design ...
TI Conference Center, Santa Clara
SEMICON/West sessions: The Package is the System ... and Enabling Advanced Applications — complimentary admission, Expo, CPMT-organized sessions, keynotes, panels ...
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Moscone Center, S.F.
The Future of Additive Manufacturing of Radio-Frequency Components -- 3D printing, raw materials, deposition, effects on design, agile, state of practice ...
(on the Internet)
Ten Years of Robustness Validation Applied to Power Electronics Components -- European car makers, physics of failure, "test to fail", end-of-life testing, thick wire bonds, planar interconnects ...
TI Conference Center, Santa Clara
Developing Technology for Autonomous Vehicles and Electric Cars: The Next Platform — half-day Workshop: automotive environment, materials, packaging, devices for 5G, LiDAR, RADAR ...
TI Conference Center, Santa Clara
Intel Silicon Photonics: From Research to Product -- optical, SiPh, standard silicon processing, performance, low-cost, optical100G transceiver ...
TI Conference Center, Santa Clara
Advances in Low Cost/High Reliability Lead-Free Solder Materials -- solder's role, compositions, properties, Ag content, optimum cost/reliability, failure modes ...
TI Conference Center, Santa Clara